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iTunes set to begin offering ringtones

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 31 Aug 2007 14:34 User comments (3)

iTunes set to begin offering ringtones According to both the LA Times and the New York Post, Apple seems on the verge of joining the ringtone market.
Both papers report that Apple is planning to let iPhone users purchase ringtones through the iTunes store, but only the Post reports that "iPhone users would also be able to make ringtones out of songs they've already purchased from the iTunes Store."

Both papers also report that the announcement will be held at Apple's special event on September 5th in which a long overdue unveilment of new iPods is expected.

More updates on both announcements after the event.

Source:
CNet

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3 user comments

131.8.2007 17:31

Most phones sold today are fully capable of being hooked up to a computer so that you can load your own ringtones. Granted, there are a ton of people who have no clue that this can be done.

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 01 Sep 2007 @ 13:59

21.9.2007 18:41

Yeah on my razr i just put all my mp3s as ringtones, for free!

310.9.2007 0:06

This was to be expected that apple was going to do this now that the iphone is out and doing the rounds.

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